BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo

Lou Carlozo

An award-winning journalist, Lou Carlozo previously worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, AOL, Reuters and U.S. News & World Report. He lives in Chicago.  He can be reached at
  • Podcast: How consumers behave and banks can best serve

    Lou Carlozo Aug 28, 2018

    In this podcast, Navy Federal Credit Union corporate economist Robert Frick discusses consumer misconceptions on investing and how financial institutions can best serve their clients.

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  • Podcast: Delighted customers through dedicated employees

    Lou Carlozo Aug 21, 2018

    Jamie Frogale, director of learning and development at Arlington Community Federal Credit Union, explains ways in which high-performing institutions support their employees, and benefits the organizations see as a result.

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  • Podcast: Credit unions, community banks and the path to frictionless customer service

    Lou Carlozo Aug 14, 2018

    Joe Salesky, the CEO at CRMNEXT Inc., discusses how the marriage of technology and proactivity can help banks deliver seamless customer experiences.

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  • Podcast: An invitation to banking innovation

    Lou Carlozo Aug 7, 2018

    JP Nicols of FinTech Forge talks about how this year's finalists for the BAI Global Innovation Awards exemplify first-class innovation across categories from data analytics to community impact.

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  • Podcast: High-tech, high-level access and the 720-degree view of the customer

    Lou Carlozo Jul 24, 2018

    Oracle’s Sonny Singh discusses how banks need to adopt an overarching high-tech mindset that embraces innovation to give customers maximum value and satisfaction, inside and outside the branch.

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  • Podcast: Employee engagement, customer experience and banking excellence

    Lou Carlozo Jul 17, 2018

    Titi Cole, executive vice president, head of operations at Wells Fargo, talks about the changing technologies and mission of bank employees as they strive to make life better for their customers.

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